This adorable kitten came into the Vancouver SPCA with a badly injured leg (VIDEO & PHOTOS)

The BC SPCA Vancouver Branch is asking the public for donations after an adorable kitten came in with a badly injured front leg.

This tiny grey-and-white feline, now named Valerio, is receiving treatment for his crushed front leg at the BC SPCA Vancouver Animal Hospital and he may require an amputation surgery.

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Little Valerio was brought into the Vancouver SPCA with a crushed front leg. Photo BC SPCA

“This gorgeous, grey-haired kitten loves to cuddle and will fall asleep in your arms,” says SPCA Vancouver branch manager Jodi Dunlop. “Valerio is simply a bundle of joy and such a cute, little nugget.”

Valerio’s medical bills and associated care will cost about $2,430. As such, he will spend at least one month recovering in SPCA care before being ready to be adopted.

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Little Valerio was brought into the Vancouver SPCA with a crushed front leg. Photo BC SPCA

You can watch a video of the cute little creature here:

If you can help this cat and other animals in need at the Vancouver SPCA, please visit spca.bc.ca/medicalemergency or visit the branch at 1205 East Seventh Ave.

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